Neil Patrick Harris sells his New York home for $7.1 million


The former star of How I Met Your Mother moved into this brownstone house, located in Harlem, in 2013. Completely renovated by decorator Trace Lehnhoff and architect Jeffery Povero, it sold for a record $7.1 million.

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Decorated with restored period objects and furniture reminiscent of the Harlem Renaissance, the parlor is both inviting and impressive.

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The original woodwork has been carefully selected to match the decor.

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Twelve-foot high ceilings match beautifully with the bright spaces in the main living area.

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One of the five bedrooms, the main one, includes its own terrace and a fireplace. It’s the ultimate!

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The main dining room links the professional quality kitchen to the living room.

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The kitchen was designed according to the wishes of David Burtka, Neil’s husband, who is a chef. Indeed, the cordon-bleu had two high-end gas stoves, a refrigerator for liquids — and another for food — as well as large storage cupboards.

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Of the six bathrooms, the main one has a Nero Marquina marble floor. It includes two sinks and a closed shower.

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The home theater has 10 seats to see a new film or a classic, as evidenced by the posters on the walls!

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Continuing the retro 1920s theme, the restored bar is from an old hotel in New York City.

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An avid reader, Neil has filled the library over the years.

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This small cozy living room is meticulously decorated to recall the Art Deco style and follow the theme of the 1920s.

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